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      Friday, December 19, 2014
Saskatchewan! Healthy people. A healthy province.

Saskatchewan Health purchases and distributes vaccines to all Regional Health Authorities and First Nations jurisdictions. Publicly funded (free) immunization programs are delivered by public health or community health nurses, but physicians and nurse practitioners can also deliver tetanus, influenza and pneumococcal vaccines to their eligible patients.

Learn about the different immunization programs that are available for Saskatchewan residents of all ages. The consent forms for school immunizations are available for printing at this link.

Read the English or French immunization fact sheets to learn about specific vaccine-preventable diseases, and about how to care for your child when they have a fever.

See the recommended immunization schedules for children and adults. 

Your (or your child's) immunization records can be obtained from the public health office in the health region where they were administered.

The Saskatchewan Immunization Manual is a guide to assist public health personnel in the delivery of immunization for the purpose of preventing the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases.

Visit Immunize Canada about the ImmunizeCA app

 

The ImmunizeCA App provides you with the ability to:

• Easily record and store vaccine information
• Access vaccination schedules
• Manage vaccination appointments for the entire family
 

 

 

 

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